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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elemi:

2 syllables:
sell my,
tell my


3 syllables:
sell any,
delle leggi,
bear any,
them any,
where any,
yet any,
breath heavy,
hetch hetchy,
where heavy,
felt any,
beneath my,
dealt heavy,
twelve heavy,
kill any,
will any,
mill levy,
still heavy,
death henry,
lest any,
send any,
spare penny,
where henry,
bear berry,
bears heavy,
beneath these,
beneath three,
betel leaf,
claire marie,
derek keene,
french heavy,
fresh berry,
fresh dairy,
friend debbie,
friend eddie,
press series,
wears heavy,
where marie,
where shelley,
delle genti,
tells henry,
belle prairie,
cells carry,
chair empty,
fresh levies,
friend larry,
present my


4 syllables:
express any,
possess any,
uncle lenny,
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
uncle eddie,
uncle larry,
until heavy,
accept any,
affect any,
carry any,
deny any,
detect any,
ever any,
expect any,
never any,
prevent any,
reject any,
select any,
whether any,
accept heavy,
ahead carry,
carry heavy,
empress marie,
except heavy,
expect heavy,
express dairy,
heavy heavy,
janet marie,
percent heavy,
pretty hairy,
pretty heady,
pretty heavy,
prevent heavy,
progress series,
recent heavy,
steady eddie,
success series,
their heavy,
whether heavy,
delhi belly,
delhi delhi,
della serie,
fairly heavy,
jelly belly,
kelly cherry,
morello cherry,
nellie kelly,
shelley mary


5 syllables:
develop heavy,
professor larry


6 syllables:
necessary heavy


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